The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new director, Kathy Kraninger, is scheduled to appear before the Republican-run Senate Banking Committee this week to give a rundown of the agency’s policy agenda. It’s likely to be a different hearing from the one Kraninger faced earlier in the House, where Democrats grilled her about plans to roll back Obama-era protections against predatory payday lending.
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